Artist Thien-Kim Pham captures the emotions and personalities of the many faces who call the streets home in her somber, charcoal drawings on canvas. "The Street Sense Project," on display December 5, 2013–January 6, 2014, forces the viewer to contemplate the lives
The painful story of a free black man lured from his home in New York in 1841 to be sold into slavery, now the basis of the new film "12 Years a Slave," has a little-known connection to a slave site that still stands near the nation's capital.
Alexandria's one-time slave pen complex, based out of a colonial-style
We have another winner to announce, and this one has nothing to do with Tuesday's election. (You're welcome.) It's for Realtor of the Year in Virginia, and it's no small honor considering the real estate